March 8, 2024

Marcotte wins Roblin Fellowship Award

Kayla Marcotte, a HILS PhD candidate, has won the Douglas W. Roblin Fellowship Award.

Kayla Marcotte, a PhD candidate in the University of Michigan's Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems program, has won the Douglas W. Roblin Fellowship Award for the 2024-2025 academic year. The Douglas W. Roblin Predoctoral Fellowship Award is offered to meritorious doctoral candidates in Rackham programs whose research and scholarship address the psychosocial and socioeconomic determinants of human health. This is a prestigious award that attracts applicants from across the University each year.

Kayla is an MD/PhD student whose research focuses on improving educational experience for both learners and instructors through learning analytics. Her response to winning the award was, "Thank you to everyone for helping me to get this! Go team!" Her advisors are Andrew Krumm, PhD, and Caren Stalburg, MD, MA.